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HONG KONG (Reuters) - China's mainland army and police are not part of Hong Kong police operations, the city's government said on Thursday, responding to Internet rumours the People's Liberation Army (PLA) and mainland police were involved in trying to quell pro-democracy unrest.
SINGAPORE (ANN): A customer service officer from the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) and her daughter were taken to court on Thursday (Oct 10) for allegedly receiving a bribe to expedite the process for a Malaysian woman applying to become a Singapore Permanent Resident (PR).
PARIS (Reuters) - France is banning a planned demonstration that triggered outrage from politicians who saw it as honouring the attacker who killed four people in the Paris police headquarters last week.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Over the span of just a few hours, U.S. President Donald Trump upended his own policy on Syria with a chaotic series of pronouncements, blindsiding foreign allies, catching senior Republican supporters off guard and sending aides scrambling to control the damage.
PARIS (Reuters) - China's embassy in Paris on Monday strongly criticised French and European reaction to protests in Hong Kong calling it hypocritical and telling France to show empathy after it experienced its own violent demonstrations.
WASHINGTON/ISTANBUL (Reuters) - President Donald Trump on Monday launched a harsh attack on NATO ally Turkey, threatening to destroy its economy if Ankara takes a planned military strike in Syria too far, even though the U.S. leader himself has opened the door for a Turkish incursion.
PETALING JAYA: Civil societies continue to express concerns over the proposed Independent Police Complaints of Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) Bill, and called for a redraft of the Bill, which is expected to be tabled for second reading in Parliament today.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Chinese soldiers issued a warning to Hong Kong protesters on Sunday who shone lasers at their barracks in the city, in the first direct interaction with mainland military forces in four months of anti-government demonstrations.
Hong Kong’s uncles and aunties take on role of guardian angels, watching over the young protesters amid violence
Elderly volunteers from Protect the Children hope their presence will have a calming effect on all sides during tense situationsIt is one of many self-organised groups dedicated to helping demonstrators
There’s no silent majority in Hong Kong, only a terrified minority while the rest are fine with mob rule and anarchy
SCMP chief editor Yonden Lhatoo questions the narrative that most Hongkongers are opposed to protest violence, as hardly anyone speaks out against the systematic destruction of what was once a great city